Want to go for a boat ride?
We have some exciting news to share – we now have a fleet (nearly) of boats to get visitors out on the water! Captained charters are coming this September in our new Hacker Craft a 1928 vintage style triple cockpit out of Paugus Bay in partnership with North Water Marine. This Hacker is a near twin to the Millie B just a few years younger built in 2000. We’re looking forward to sharing the unique history of a different corner of the Lake. Click on the underlined text above to learn how you can get a ride!
If you are looking for a relaxing boating activity, tickets are still available for our Vintage Voyage on September 15th. Experience Lake Winnipesaukee in a privately owned vintage watercraft followed by a leisurely lunch at Marker 21. Tickets are moving fast, get yours today!
Hats off! to our auction team for running the highest grossing New England Vintage Boat and Car Auction to date! The auction is the largest fundraiser event of the year and benefits the museum’s operating funds. A big THANK YOU to the auction committee and their leadership for their tremendous efforts this year. You rock!!!
Please see our CALENDAR OF EVENTS for further details about upcoming programs and events for September. You can register for any of these programs and events on our home page by clicking on the “Tickets & Registration”.
I look forward to seeing you soon!
Members you are invited to:
First Friday Art Receptions from 5:30-7pm
THIS FRIDAY – September 2
Meet artist Scott Hayes at the Museum with light refreshments.
Vintage Voyage tickets AVAILABLE NOW!
Vintage Voyage Tickets
Small outboard hydroplane racing: September 24 & 25
Kingston, New Hampshire
THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS! It was a delight to share our gratitude for and honor you at the Volunteer Appreciation breakfast on August 27.
After Labor Day:
Thursday – Saturday 10am – 4pm
Sunday 12 noon – 4pm
MILLIE B HOURS
Friday – Sunday and Charters
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2 September- Artist Reception: Scott Hayes
6 September – On Water Boat Instruction
15 September- Vintage Voyage II
17 September-Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day- Register for Free Admission!
24-25 September- Granite State Title Series Races: Kingston, NH
10 October – Museum open, last day of the season
Visit our Online Calendar to see more!
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